DH2i, the provider of IT infrastructure solutions, is unveiling its recent Red Hat OpenShift certification on Red Hat Enterprise Linux for its DxEnterprise multi-platform smart high availability clustering software. The platform is now verified by Red Hat as a containerized solution, and is further supported on Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Enterprise Linux—effectively boosting its capabilities.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux increases operational efficiency across infrastructure environments and reduces deployment friction and costs through the management of applications, workloads, and services in a single platform. When leveraged as a foundation for other Red Hat-supported products, the efficiencies of the platform extend throughout the customer’s infrastructure.
DxEnterprise supplies holistic clustering for any application, OS, server configuration, or cloud. The platform specializes in instance or containerized Microsoft SQL Server deployments. The enterprise’s previous release, the new container sidecar, enables application-level high availability (HA) clustering for stateful containers, isolates failures, quickly deploys, and scales to as many pods as needed.
These two solutions, when leveraged cooperatively, empowers the building and operating of a dynamic hybrid cloud environment that can adapt to evolving needs, and enhanced with cluster management capabilities, to ultimately drive the delivery of intelligent applications—all from within a single pane of glass in Red Hat OpenShift.
“By combining Red Hat OpenShift with DxEnterprise, organizations can use containers to create lightweight execution environments for applications to help deploy critical workloads faster and more consistently across physical, virtual, private and public cloud, and edge environments,” said Mark Longwell, director of alliances in the hybrid platforms business unit at Red Hat. “Red Hat is pleased to collaborate with DH2i to certify DxEnterprise containers on Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Enterprise Linux to further enable customers across the hybrid cloud.”
“For our channel partners and end users, this collaboration signifies that they will now be able to deploy Red Hat OpenShift together with DxEnterprise in order to virtually eliminate downtime and enjoy faster and more successful container application deployments across hybrid and multi-cloud environments,” said Don Boxley, CEO and co-founder of DH2i.
To learn more about this collaboration, please visit https://dh2i.com/.